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28:28-28:31 "just notify trauma that we've got a cop "just notify got a cop shot and that we'll be in route here in a couple." breaking right now at 6 a-m... a terrifying night for our officers... a shootout between an n-h-p trooper ends with one person dead. our whole team is working to bring you every angle of this story... megan telles is near boulder station talking to witnesses-- but we're going to start with parker collins. parker... it's amazing this trooper wasn't seriously hurt. parker adlibs scene 23:00-23:04 "a white vehicle
cal-nev- ari area begins to strengthen and starts pulling in moisture from the east today. into the overnight, chances for rain for the valley and mountains have sky rocketed for today and saturday. chances this afternoon will range between 30% and 50% for the valley with 60% to 70% to the higher elevations such as the spring mountain range. as it stands, rain chances between 1pm and 7pm and the same can be said for saturday. winds. power outages may occur today and tomorrow so stalk up on ice
about this morning... a fire destroys a double wide mobile home. this is just outside nellis air force base... fire crews say they arrived to flames just before 4 this morning... and managed to keep them spreading to several nearby properties. fire officials tell us the mobile home was being rennovated... no one was inside. and no fire crews were hurt. right now-- north las vegas police are investigating a suspicious death... after the body of a young man is found inside a car. been in the white suburu legacy near craig and allen for several days. investigators think this is related to a missing person's case, and it was possibly a family member who found the car and called police. the man who reported missing was last seen in the suburu. we now have the arrest report for the man accused of luring girls into sex trafficking-- and we're learning how he used craigslist to do this. investigators say 63-year-old david coil were post ads on
one ad requested girls agest 15 to 19 only-- 20 was too old. a victim reportedly told police they were hired to perform explicit sex acts. an undercover metro officer responded to an ad. the two eventually met up at a wendy's where coil was arrested. the community is now stepping in to help the non-profit devastated by this massive warehouse fire. you'll remeber we broke this story yesterday morning. the giant fire near harmo polaris destroyed school supplies, that "the peoples autism foundation" were planning to give to kids all over the valley. but ever since the tragic fire... donations have been pouring in! the foundation sent us this video last night... showing all piles of backpacks and new supplies. the group also says they were able to raise nearly 65-hundred dollars during our donation drive yesterday, and that's not including the mail- in or online donation. if you want to help.. you can still drop off donations at "mondays dark" and
printing. the info is on the screen now, and on our website-- ktnv.com a police officer rushes to the scene of a fiery crash-- and this is what he sees... 1:40-1:45 help get me... slide back in! but it's the dramatic moments that come next... greg adlibs weather forecast tease and we're staying on top of breaking news this morning... a traffic stop ends with gunfire-- and an n-h-p trooper is hit. this is a live picture of the scene near boulder highway and lamb. you can see police are still on the scene-- we'll have team
he is... call police. a tragic murder mystery in mississippi this morning... two nuns.. who were also sisters... found stabbed to death in their home. police say they found evidence of a break-in.. and a vehicle was possibly stolen from the home. the sisters' were both nurse practitioners... who spent decades helping the poor. (david merrill / victim's nephew) "it's sad that people come to this whatever motivates them. my aunt and sister margaret - they lived their lives to try to make the people who have nothing." investigators have not determined if their religious work had anything to do with their deaths. the battle over the possible n-f-l stadium is heating up even more... leaders try to discuss funding-- and then sheldon adelson gives them a hard deadline. a big name republican has harsh words for gop candidate donald trump... coming up at 6-30... which former white house contender probably won't be
day and into the overnight, chances for rain for the valley and mountains have sky rocketed for today and saturday. chances this afternoon will range between 30% and 50% for the valley with 60% to 70% to elevations such as the spring mountain range. as it stands, rain chances start around 11am this morning and will continue clear into
best shot right now for thunderstorms though will be between 1pm and 7pm and the same can be said for saturday. flooding and pooling on roadways will be a concern today along with possible marble size hail and gusty winds. power outages may occur today and tomorrow so stalk up on ice and batteries! as this happens, temperatures for today and saturday drop into the mid and
this morning.. thousands of strollers are being recalled, because of concerns small children can fall out of them. the safety first "step and go travel systems" were sold at "babies r us" and on-line. the strollers have a defect that allows the tray folding mechanism to dis-engage.. and the car seat cana hurt. if you own one of the strollers, you can call for a free repair kit. we have the information on our website. a man trapped inside a burning car-- when suddenly he's saved by a police officer. the entire dramatic rescue was caught on camera. this is what the georgia officer saw when he got to the see... that fireball is an s-u-v... and trapped inside were two
you see the officer trying to put the flames out with his extinguisher. the impact of the crash jammed all of the doors shut, so the cop had to bend the door frame back enough so he could pull the man out the window. 2:39-2:53 nats of officer pulling bending the car and pulling the man out outcue: men falling to the ground after explosion. as the officer pulled the man out.. there was an explosion from under there was an explosion from under the hood. the driver of the car died in the fire. other officers on the scene described the heat from the flames as "unbearable from 50-feet away." our metro officers are celebrating a major arrest this morning... why they believe taking in one man...
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the spring mountain range. flooding and pooling on roadways will be a concern today along with possible marble size hail and gusty in today's gma first look-- we're hearing from the arizona family suing a shooting range, after their loved one... an instructor is killed by a 9-year-old with a machine gun. is killed by a 9-year-old with here's abc's linsey davis. < in this morning's gma first look - the family of the arizona shooting instructor - accidentally shot and killed by a 9 year old girl -- is filing a lawsuit against the shooting range where he worked? ellie vacca, daughter sot they created an unsafe dangerous environment that ultimately lead to my dad's death. (gfx) the lawsuit - claiming the mini uzi 9mm firearm the young girl was using "?was not a safe or appropriate weapon to entrust to a 9-year-old girl?which caused her to lose control of the weapon when
one shot" (bang) "alright!" the accident occured back in august of 2014 - 39 year old charles vacca -was teaching this girl how to shoot a fully automatic uzi? nats - instructor: "alright, full auto!" (automatic gunfire - video freeze) but the firearm's recoil, caused the girl to lose control -- a stray bullet striking vacca in the head we'll have more on the story coming up at 7am -- with your gma first look, i'm linsey our whole team is staying on top of breaking news-- gunfire... this happened just feet away from boulder station. we've got live reports from the scene-- parker? and we've got chopper 13 fast and first over the area showing you the officers on scene right now. team coverage-- next.
an n-h-p trooper shot in the line of duty near boulder station casino. our whole team is working together to cover this story for you right now. megan telles is talking to witnesses in the area. but we'll start with parker collins live near the 95 and boulder highway, with more on how this trooper survived.. parker adlibs scene 23:00-23:04 "a white vehi fired. and one subject is down. unknown who's going to be shot at this time." chelsea stuenkel, nhp 2:55:41-2:55:50 "when it's one of your own involved in an incident like this it's
with relatively unstable conditions expected in the mid and lower levels late this morning through the day and into the overnight, chances for rain mountains have sky rocketed for today and saturday. chances this afternoon will range between 30% and 50% for the valley with 60% to 70% to the higher elevations such as the spring mountain range. as it stands, rain chances start around 11am this morning and will continue clear into saturday evening. flooding and pooling on power outages may occur today and tomorrow so stalk up on ice and batteries! metro says thanks to this man being behind bars, they may
prevented a mass shooting. he's accused of making terrorist threats on you-tube. bryce cuellar is now facing multiple charges. police suspcious and threatening youtube video." it has been taken down, and metro says they can't show it to us. but according to his arrest report, it shows cuellar holding up two rifles, and talking about killing people. he also says he cannot wait to use the rifle "in a manner in which the founding fathers intended." the people hoping to bring the oakland raiders to las vegas have two big obstacles in their way right now-- time and money. here are some new renderings of the 1-point-9 billion dollar
russell and polaris. the group led by sheldon adleson says it needs at least 750 million dollars in public funding to keep going or the deal is off. that means the state would need to approve an increase to the room tax.. and developers want approval from state lawmakers by the end of next month. 11.01.57.00 "i think we demonstrated today in terms of the public dollars, in terms of the room tax increase that it is not that significant." (butted with) 11.01.02.00 "there is an election year, we understand that, but timing is scheduled to meet again until drama-- the raiders recently filed three trademarks related to the name "las vegas raiders" with the u-s patent and trademark office. "he is taking hate groups mainstream" (butted with) "she's totally bigoted. there's no question about it." the insults just keep flying back and forth between hillary clinton and donald trump. the democratic presidential candidate released this new campaign video going after the
because a lot of what he believes, we believe in." meanwhile trump is still struggling to re-define exactly what his immigration policy and core plan is. "you know it's a process. you can't take 11 million at one time and just say boom, you're gone." trump says he'll be giving an immigration speech in the next week or two to clarify his stance. just one of many issues that will be touched on at that first presidential dete away from today. there's one former presidential candidate who probably won't be endorsing donald trump anytime soon... his rival jeb bush. jeb bush (r) fmr presidential candidate "i don't know what to believe about a guy who doesn't believe in things. the feedback he gets from a crowd, or, you know, what he thinks he has to do. bush did go onto say that he was glad trump is softening his stance on immigration.
him to do-- and he hopes its sincere. a live look now at trump hotel... where members from the culinary union are planning to protest in just a few hours. they're demanding the g-o-p nominee start contract negotiations. last month, the national labor relations board rejected the challenge against the trump worker's vote to unionize. that means the company can't appeal anymore, and the union will officially represent the 523 hotel employees. the protest is scheduled to the first female judge in north las vegas is losing her job... after she admitted to engaging in professional misconduct. according to the settlement posted by the state supreme court, catherine ramsey will be suspended without pay for the final three months of her term-- and bans her from seeking re- election next year. according to the review journal, ramsey admitted to improperly changing charges in
tired of living with things growing in his home... a man turns to thirteen action news-- 48 there's not evena bug out there 49 because they're all in my wall 50 that's a tropical forest for them 53 but wait until your hear what the man found in his walls. it's a story you asked us to investigate . greg adlibs weather forecast tease we're staying on top of an n-h-p trooper shot after a traffic stop. this is a live picture of the scene near boulder highway and lamb. we've got team coverage. and chopper 13 fast and first.. headed to an overnight fire that gutted a mobile home near
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cal-nev- ari area begins to strengthen and starts pulling and lower levels late this morning through the day and into the overnight, chances for rain for the valley for today and saturday. chances this afternoon will range between 30% and 50% for the valley with 60% to 70% to the higher range between 30% as it stands, rain chances start around 11am this morning and will continue clear into saturday evening. best shot right now for
and the same can be said for saturday. flooding and pooling on roadways will be a concern today along with possible marble size hail and gusty winds. power outages may occur today and tomorrow so stalk up on ice and batteries! as this happens, temperatures for today and saturday drop into the mid and upper 90s! by sunday, mainly sunny skies return and th back. 96 to 101 degrees will be common sunday with monday through wednesday between 101 and 106 degrees. another system looks to roll in by wednesday afternoon bringing in some wind but cool air will take over allowing thursdays highs to range between 97 and
between 101 and 106 degrees. highs to range between 97 and 102 degrees. breaking overnight a fire destroys a double wide mobile chopper 13 fast and first over the scene just outside nellis air force base. fire crews say the fire started around four this morning. they were able to keep them under control so the fire
fire officials tell us the mobile home was being rennovated... no one was inside. and no fire crews were hurt. we showed you this dramatic video showing the moments a tornado hit a starbucks in kokomo.. the business was just ripped to pieces-- but despite all the damage... no one was injured.. and now we're hearing about the heroic manager who kept everyone safe. the manager named g all the customers and employees to go to the bathrooms for safety. there were more than 20 people crammed inside. this witness cell phone video shows the building collapse-- but the bathrooms were still standing! ( shelly dyer / tornado survivor) "we didn't have a thought that it was so close. nothing was telling us that. angel told us that. i just wanted to get home to my family...to see that now. i mean we wouldn't have been here." (butted with) ( shelly dyer / tornado survivor) "i don't know if i'm supposed to
give you a hug." (nats) "you were there." ( shelly dyer / tornado survivor) "i was there." "i'm glad you are safe. no one was seriously injured by any of the tornados that hit indiana. a man turns to 13 action news... after he makes a stomach turning discovery in his apartment. 02.53.25 there's rolly-pollies in there, there's little bugs, the mold is black green and growing hair already 31 (butted with) 59 it's not something that happened overnight 53.02 it's something t the walls for a long time now 53.05 jonathan weiss says management and maintenance at his aparment near the 95 and torrey pines.. have done nothing to fix the problem. he says he's so frustrated. he's now talking with a lawyer about his tennant rights and plans to move out in a few weeks. the animal foundation is rolling out a new plan to help save animals lives... keeping them at home and out of the stress of the shelter.
starting september first, owners will have to make appointments... they can't just drop off their animals. holly mchugh 130445 the appointments are meant to council owners and offer them resources so they don't have to surrender their pet . 130459 the dog euthanasia rate is up this year.. and the goal of the new change is to help cut that down. it's something long-time rivals of the animal foundation agree with them on. bryce henderson sot " 145537 when we saw the other the country were saving 90 percent of the animals. we knew we could do something to save the lives of animals in las vegas . 144540 both animal groups say they are cautiosly optimistic this will help with the euthanasia rate. more trouble for ryan lochte... brazilian police are charging the olympic swimmer with falsely reporting a crime. lochte had originally said that he and three other swimmers were robbed at gunpoint at a gas station in rio. he since admitted that he quote 'over-exaggerated' the story. officials say lochte will be
to send a lawyer. if convicted the 32-year-old could face between one to six months in jail...or pay a fine. the swimmer did recently get some good news though.. he's landed a new endorsement deal with pine brothers cough drops. the company says quote - "just as pine brothers is forgiving to your throat, the company asks for a little forgiveness for an american swimming legend." the athlete will appear in ads for the company. a wisconsin man is now facing criminal charg for something he sent his ex-girlfriend in the mail. it's now trending... "they located and found a ball python snake within it." (butted with) "that's pretty scary conduct. to rise to the level of putting a live animal, a snake for that matter, in a box leaving it for someone. you heard it there-- the man
he left it outside of the office at her apartment. employees found it, and called the police. the man is now charged with stalking and domestic abuse. a police officer tries to help an animal with a cup stuck on its head... but as you can see... the furry creature is a skunk. so the cop had to be careful. the officer grabs the cup, throws it and runs away. he was able to avoid getting sprayed by the skunk... but the other bicycle officer wa the video was posted on facebook and it's already been seen more than 73-thousand times! you can check out all of the stories trending today... on our ktnv mobile app our whole team is working together to cover breaking news for you this morning... an nhp officer shot during a traffic stop. parker collins and megan telles
our whole team is working together on this story. chopper 13 fast and first over the scene near boulder highway. megan telles is talking with the people still affected by the road closures. but we'll start with parker collins-- parker adlibs scene 23:17-23:20 "it looks like an nhp officer was shot in the vest. suspect is still on scene. (butted with) the nhp trooper has been hit. but it hit his badge, it did not penetrate his vest." 54 "it's not the first time it's happened here... when you hear that type of
good morning, america. breaking overnight. major security breach at an airport. >> apparently, somebody jumped in a truck on the runway out there. >> a man jumps a fence, fleeing police, then steals a struck, crashing it right into a plane. as passengers try to board. the investigation into how this could happen. fighting words. donald trump and hillary clinton trade blows, accusing each other of racism as trump wavers on and hillary attacks the man running his campaign. trump's campaign manager joins us live. murder mystery in mississippi. two beloved nuns found dead. killed in their home. no suspect or motive. now, a massive manhunt under way. the community on edge. race against time. the hero police officer rushing to the scene to pull a passenger from a burning car. breaking glass, yanking him out, the amazing rescue caught on his body cam.